Aer Lingus seeks to expand slot portfolio at Heathrow Airport

03/28/2012 | Air Transport World

Aer Lingus is looking to expand its slot portfolio at Heathrow Airport. The Ireland-based carrier believes it will have the opportunity now that BMI has been unloaded by Lufthansa. "London Heathrow has a huge catchment area and we want to pull more transfer traffic to our long haul," said Aer Lingus CEO Christoph Mueller.

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